Publishing Photography: Marketing Images, Making Money

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Allworth Press, 2006 - Photography - 215 pages
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The tools photographers need to get published



Got pictures? Here's the complete guide to getting those images published. Magazines, newspapers, books, posters, Web sites, greeting cards calendars, brochures, paper products, packaging, displays, print and Web ads, annual reports, CD-ROMs, and more—the market for photography is ever-expanding, and Publishing Photography reveals exactly how to sell into unexpected markets and improve a career with every publication. Advice on reuse clarifies this confusing area and provides money-making tips. Other topics covered include how to handle assignment and stock photography, approaches to full- and part-time work, and developing a relationship with clients, editors, art directors, and communication directors. Publishing Photography helps photographers from every background find sales and success in selling their work.




• Packed with ideas for finding publishing opportunities on and off the beaten track

• Money-making tips on reuse

• Great for professionals and part-timers, too

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Contents

Publishing Opportunities
1
Market Overview
15
Deciding on a Business Model
27
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Richard Weisgrau, the executive director of the American Society of Media Photographers for 15 years, has written extensively on the business of photography. A professional photographer for many years, he is the author of The Real Business of Photography and The Photographer's Guide to Negotiating. He Lives in Narbeth, Pennsylvania.

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